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Crashes / Fires:
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Injuries / Deaths:
4 / 0
Average Mileage:
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About These NHTSA Complaints:

This data is from the NHTSA — the US gov't agency tasked with vehicle safety. Complaints are spread across multiple & redundant categories, & are not organized by problem.

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2006 Land Rover Range Rover accessories - interior problems

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2006 Land Rover Range Rover Owner Comments

problem #2

Mar 252006

Range Rover

  • miles


On March 25, 2006 my family was on I-75 in our 2003 discovery SE. We were in a construction zone and a person several cars ahead made a sudden lane change cutting off a driver ahead of in our lane. He brakes suddenly. The truck following struck him. I was already slowing down due to the heavy traffic. However, I struck the truck. It was not a heavy collision and the air bags did not deploy. Almost immediately, I was struck from behind by an 18 wheeler. Upon impact, my discovery burst into flames in the back. The impact again drove my vehicle in to the truck ahead. This time it was a very heavy impact (the hood crumpled and the windshield shattered) but the airbags did not deploy. We just barely got out (I had 2nd degree burns to side of face and hand) I am concerned that 1.) the air bags did not deploy at least the second time and 2.) the vehicle burst into flames on impact.

- Gainesville, FL, USA

problem #1

Mar 052006

Range Rover

  • miles
Hello- I am not positive if this is the exact location to be sending this. I am a witness to a defect or a malfunction while driving a 5 month old 2006 Land Rover LR3. While driving on the highway in the mountains of Colorado, my car's brakes locked up while driving around 68 mph. This caused me to skid to a complete stop on the highway. However, while coming to a stop my seat belt did not engage, causing me to hit my head and tear muscles in my back, which I had checked out at the doctor. After this happened, I was still at a complete stop on the highway not allowing me to drive or move out of the way from on coming traffic. As the state trooper phrased it, you are very lucky to be alive and not injured. After contacting Land Rover along with the dealer, I have not been able to solve anything. I am very worried that this could happen to someone else. I also have witnessed, items on the car which I feel need to have a recall on because of the fact the same has happened to the loaner cars as well. Stated below are the areas that need to be looked at which Land Rover is over looking or will not give us any information on. - drivers side left passenger door, will not lock along with the other doors after using the remote lock. However, if opened the alarm will sound. - radio- keeps over heating, in which they have had to replace mine three times over the 5 month period of ownership. - seat belts not engaging. I have no reason to believe after this incident that the seat belts will engaged at all if a crash were to take place. Along with other issues. Please contact back as soon as possible. Thank you.

- Frisco, CO, USA

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